Saifullah Muhammad is a Rohingya youth activist in Canada. He has recently graduated from the Journalism program. He is a master’s student in Peace and Conflict Studies at the University of Waterloo. He is a co-founder of the ‘Canadian Rohingya Development Initiative’ a leading Rohingya organization that works with the government of Canada and civil society groups to bring an end of the Rohingya genocide and to promote innovative education for the Rohingya and community development. Muhammad currently works as an assistant researcher in collaboration with the UNHCR Canada and St. Francis Xavier University, Nova Scotia on the social behaviour of Rohingya refugee children in India and Bangladesh
Muhammad is a co-founder of the Canadian Rohingya Development Initiative (CRDI) that works for the Rohingya people. Muhammad regularly attends and speaks at national and international level conferences and events. He testified before the Human Rights Committee at the House of Commons on the Rohingya crisis. He often appears on Canadian televisions, newspapers and writes Op-Eds and articles. Muhammad has been awarded The Most Dedicated Journalist by Waterloo Region Record in 2019.
CANADIAN ROHINGYA DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVE